Time for Tilda! Tailor Tilda that is! I love this image… sewing has always been near and dear to my heart and our 3 daughters like to sew and even a couple of the granddaughters are sewing already! So FUN! I’m sure if I hadn’t found stamping in 1994, I’d still be sewing my heart out!
I stamped her with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, masked her with eclipse tape and used my stamp a ma jig to position the school desk. Colored with Copic Sketch Markers. The Magnolia Kurbitz corner is stamped with Broken China ink… 2nd generation stamping. October Afternoon pattern paper… think it’s the Thrift Shop pad.
My techniques for today’s card are masking, distressing with the Tim Holtz paper distresser and distress ink and ink blending tool, stitching with the sewing machine and embellishing die cuts. I used the Tim Holtz sewing border die. I cut it out of mirror card-stock and kraft card-stock… trimmed off the different pieces and layered them up. Wound buttonhole thread around the spool a couple times. The sentiment is an old Hero arts stamp… love it!
Enjoy the inspiration and challenge over on the Tilda’s Town Challenges blog, HERE. The TT Design Team gals do an awesome job creating fabulous cards for you to enjoy… drop in and we’d love to hear from you too! Hope you can play in the Name Your Technique Challege!
Happy stamping and stitching! See you again soon!
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